‘RHOBH’: Teddi Mellencamp and Dorit Kemsley Reignite Old Feud on Twitter

Teddi Mellencamp and Dorit Kemsley from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are reviving an old feud. Fans of the show might remember back in Season 8 when the two Bravo stars set up a date to have drinks. However, the swimwear designer never showed up and stood up the accountability coach. Two years later, the pair of Housewives are still feuding about that scene on Twitter.

Teddi Mellencamp and Dorit Kemsley
Teddi Mellencamp and Dorit Kemsley | John Tsiavis/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

Back in season 8, Kemsley alleged that she was on a call and was not able to text Mellencamp telling her she was arriving late. Being an accountability coach, that excuse did not fly with Mellencamp who ended up wasting her time waiting for Kemsley.

Now in season 10, Kemsley took a shot at Mellencamp during her confessional saying that she moved “in with Kyle” as she was the first to arrive at the dinner party.

“No Dorit I didn’t move into Kyle’s this is just what being on time is like,” Mellencamp fired back on Twitter.

Kemsley then quoted her and added, “Says the woman who was ‘on time.’ #so2yearsago.”

Mellencamp then threw shade back at Kemsley exposing that the only reason she was on time was due to her proximity to Richards.

“Only one of us moved right next door,” Mellencamp tweeted.

After all these years, both Mellencamp and Kemsley are still feuding about their promptness to events.

Dorit Kemsley talks Teddi Mellencamp

The Beverly Beach founder said that, although she and Mellencamp are not the best of friends, they have been able to co-exist.

“We do tease one another. We’re very different in personalities, and then we have some similarities,” Kemsley told Us Weekly. “She can be judgmental. I’m not sure I’d say it’s just when she’s pregnant, to be honest, but yes, I did call her out on it. That’s the fun of the show also, is being able to call people out when you do have a difference of opinion. But also not in a nasty way per se.”

In the current season, Mellencamp is also facing negativity from newcomer Sutton Stracke. The accountability coach invited the ladies to an event but didn’t want them to feel they needed to go. Mellencamp said that she didn’t care if anybody attended, which Stracke took as an insult. The latter wants to feel like she’s wanted and Kemsley said that Mellencamp complicated everything.

“The thing with Teddi’s invites is she’s trying to cover all the bases,” Kemsley said on Juicy Scoop. “She’s trying to be the super-chill, whereas if she was just herself and saying, ‘Listen, I’m having this.’ Just say it. You can’t dance around. It [became] convoluted and hard to follow.”

Teddi Mellencamp left in tears

Due to her pregnancy, Mellencamp is extra emotional this season. After Stracke called her “boring” during Richards’ dinner party, she ended up in tears. However, Mellencamp explained that she didn’t cry because she was called boring.

“‘And then pregnant, Gold help us…,’ is what got me,” Mellencamp clarified on Twitter. “I’ve been very open about my fertility struggles. So for somebody to come in with her ready-to-wear [dress] and put negativity on, it really upset me.”

“If I broke down and cried every time I was called boring, Dove [her daughter] would need to swaddle me five times a day,” she added.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.